Total Home & Gift Market in Dallas, the first major market of the year for retailers from across the country, opened with strong attendance and order writing.
As the cool weather of fall transitions into winter holidays, consumers will be on the hunt for gifts that keep their home warm and cozy.
With summer travel still limited and discouraged due to the novel coronavirus, many customers are turning to products that give a sense of global wander without ever leaving the house. Here are a few destination-themed gifts to inspire your next travel-themed display.
Due to COVID-19, many consumers are skipping traditional July 4 fanfare and fireworks this year. As reported in our Monday Stat, only 76 percent of consumers plan to celebrate the holiday this year, down from 86 percent last year.
While politically charged gifts may divide your customers into blue or red factions this election year, patriotic gifts offer something for everyone. Whether it’s décor for a July 4th cookout, a citizenship party, a soldier’s homecoming or more, these products provide a unifying and heartwarming theme for consumers all across the country.
For many customers, the overall look and design of a candle is just as important as its scent. Often situated in highly trafficked rooms of the home, such as the kitchen or living room, decorative vessels can draw the eye, complementing accent walls, artwork and more.
Social distancing has made milestone celebrations like birthdays, graduations, bridal and baby showers and more look very different this year.